Pesticide Safety for Small Farms
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Designed for small family farms, this publication outlines the importance of following safe pesticide practices for storing, mixing, applying, and disposing of pesticides. Illustrations and text indicate steps to reduce or eliminate the risk of pesticide poisoning on the farm. 32 pp. 1998.
The printed publication also is available in Hmong, Lao, and Cambodian languages.
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